Still in search of some kind of identity, the Bears may be closer than ever to finding one.
As the Bears’ staring quarterback, Jay Cutler is 1-9 against the Green Bay Packers.
Listen to Chicago kicker Robbie Gould’s interview with Spiegel and Mannelly.
Jay Cutler rates as the 12th-best Chicago Bear.
“Like anything else, it’s going to take some time to jell and mesh,” Robbie Gould says.
Meanwhile, Chicago’s special teams struggled and the offensive line lost a man.
Robbie Gould’s back, but Chicago’s looking for a new punter, holder, snapper and kick returner.
Apparently, Adrian Wilson has everything and nothing to prove tonight.
Patrick Mannelly is the longest-tenured player in franchise history.
Tim Baffoe lists all the reasons why the Bears would be a great on “Hard Knocks” this summer.
Getting into the playoffs matters, when you consider the last three Super Bowl champions all played on wild card weekend.
The Bears and kicker Robbie Gould have agreed on a four-year extension.
The Bears can’t afford to give yards away on special teams, but they are doing that in generous fashion.
Kickers deserve respect, and have for a long time.
In Week 2, Jay Cutler solved Pittsburgh’s fire zone 3-4 scheme, and one of Steeler coordinator Dick LeBeau’s students is using it in Cleveland. Yards are tough to come by against the Ray Horton coached Browns defense.
More than a dozen Chicago Bears headed to central Illinois to help with cleanup efforts in the tornado-ravaged community of Washington and meet with members of the community’s high school football team.
Lost among all the discussion regarding Marc Trestman’s puzzling decision to have Robbie Gould attempt the game-winning field goal on second down are some very interesting facts, facts that I will guarantee were not part of his decision-making process.
Sometimes you’re just wrong.
If there’s such a thing as earning a loss, the Bears did just that.
Nothing like a lethal cocktail of bad and stupid to turn a record into a footnote.